I’ll be busier than usual through the New Year because (after much debate), we decided to move. We’ll be officially moving during December. We’ve started the process (contacting a realtor, telling the schools, etc). That is why I am going to push to have A Most Unsuitable Earl out before or around December 1. After that, I’ll probably slow down with writing and probably won’t pick it back up until the kids are settled in their new schools (so some time in January).
2. Substitute Bride is still set for around November 1.
I’m currently listening to it on my Kindle (thanks to text-to-speech) to hear it. I’m about 1/3 of the way through with that. I am having a couple of people looking it over (one is already done). It’s light work because this was a book that was already published. Any errors that popped up on this round was where I made changes.
What surprised me more than anything else is how much happier I am with this version. 😀
3. November Newsletter Blog
I will make my November newsletter post when I publish Substitute Bride so I only have to give the links one time on that blog. I also want to update the header since I put Wagon Trail Bride on hold (I have no idea when I’ll get back to it, but there’s a missing element to the book I need to resolve anyway so it’s best it’s not tackled yet).
4. A Most Unsuitable Earl is almost done.
I am very close to finishing this book. I have between 10,000 to 15,000 words left. This book has been so much fun to write. I’ve laughed through most scenes. This is another book you can’t take too seriously. It’s light and fun. 😀
Can’t wait for Edon’s story to see why is the way he is.
I’m having a lot of fun with Edon. I hate to see his story end. I figure I have about 10,000 more words to go. I was able to write some today. I probably won’t get back to it until this weekend though. 😦 Too much stuff going on to get ready for the conference next week.
So you decided to do it, huh? I hope this move is good for you and your family.
I’m really looking forward to reading A Most Unsuitable Earl. I like to read books with humor sometimes. It’s fun to laugh, especially after reading too many dark books. LOL
Yep, we finally decided to move. It was a hard decision. We kept praying until we realized all the signs were pointing us to do it. It’s going to be crazy around here until we’re settled into the new place. LOL I’m not looking forward to the process of moving, but I tell myself it’ll be worth it when everything is done. This weekend, we’ll head up to Minnesota to clean the place up and get it ready for the movers.
I know what you mean. I like to alternate my writing between serious and comedy to get a break. Sometimes you need to mix it up. 😀